Week of February 1, 2016 Archives
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Thursday, February 4Europe Turns to Turkey for Rescue
- Roger Cohen, New York TimesOil Dictator Dominoes: Who Will Fall?
- Bill Emmott, Project SyndicateFar from Headlines, Iran Keeps Humiliating Sailors
- David French, NROObama's Israeli-Palestinian Failure
- Uri Savir, Al-MonitorFrancois Hollande's Own State of Emergency
- Patrick Marnham, SpectatorAssad Has a Plan to Stay in Power. This Is It
- Faisal Al Yafai, The NationalEgypt's Decades-Long War on College Kids
- Jennifer Williams, VoxThe Return of German Pessimism
- Philip Oltermann, The GuardianShocking Drone Footage Shows Destruction of Homs, Syria
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Wednesday, February 3Russia Is Winning in Syria
- Andrew Roth, Washington PostWill Turkey Risk Military Confrontation with Russia?
- Semih Idiz, ALMHelp Assad's Officers Defect
- Mohammed Alaa Ghanem, New York TimesEurope's Lonely Liberal Hegemon
- Thorsten Benner, Politico EUIn China, the Myth of the Competent Autocrat
- Minxin Pei, Nikkei ARAmerica's Awkward Iran Dance
- Aaron David Miller, CNNJustin Trudeau: Prime Minister Oprah
- Tasha Kheiriddin, National PostCan Nigeria Defeat Boko Haram?
- Aryn Baker, TimeBoris Johnson's Thirst for Spectacle
- Simon Jenkins, Evening Standard
Tuesday, February 2Europe's Waning Welcome
- Walter Russell Mead, The American InterestBidding Goodbye to Schengen
- Gwynne Dyer, Japan TimesColombia's Drug Traffickers Prepare for Peace
- Nick Miroff, Wash PostWhat Happened to ISIS's Af-Pak Province?
- Arif Rafiq, The DiplomatIf Only Russia Could Have Iowa's Democracy
- Leonid Bershidsky, BVThe West Must Stop Giving Turkey a Free Pass
- Behlul Ozkan, NY TimesU.S. Should Halt Its Support for the War in Yemen
- Dan Larison, AmConCambodia's Fearless Eco-Vigilante
- Brent Crane, NarrativelySwans Are Terrorizing This British Village
- Amanda Taub, Vox
Monday, February 1Dear Americans, What Are You Thinking?
- Alex Massie, Politics MagazineSyria Peace Talks Are a Complete Facade
- Richard Spencer, TelegraphTrump: the World's Most Dangerous Man?
- Feldenkirchen & Stark, SpiegelIs the Ruler of Chechnya Out of Control?
- Joshua Yaffa, The New YorkerJohn Kerry's Russia Problem
- Eli Lake, Bloomberg ViewCan Iran Get Out of Its Own Way?
- Reza Marashi, The National InterestSalafism on the Rise in China
- Jonathan Kaiman, Los Angeles TimesU.S.-Cuba Thaw Reignites a Global Rum War
- Tim Fernholz, QuartzPeru's Possible Prison Presidency
- Sonia Goldenberg, New York Times
Thursday, January 28Apocalypse Europe
- Matthew Karnitschnig, Politico EUThe Art of Doing Business with Iran
- Suzanne Maloney, BrookingsMalaysia's Utterly Bonkers Corruption Scandal
- Zach Beauchamp, VoxSaudi Payment Proves It's Fighting Extremism
- Con Coughlin, TelegraphUganda: Where Democracy Doesn't Matter to U.S.
- Helen Epstein, NYBIslamic State and WMD: A Future Nightmare?
- John McLaughlin, OzyHow Facebook Helps ISIS
- Hossein Derakhshan, MediumWhy Is It Un-Canadian to Oppose a Pipeline?
- Yves Boisvert, Globe & MailThink Erdogan's a Dictator? Better Lawyer Up
- Pinar Tremblay, ALM
Wednesday, January 27Kemal Erdogan's Second Turkish Revolution
- Soner Cagaptay, Politico EUHow China Lost Taiwan
- Nick Frisch, New York TimesExtremists Are One Crisis Away from Power
- William Hague, TelegraphThis Is Not Your Father's Intifada
- Shlomi Eldar, Al-MonitorCrisis Reshaping Venezuelan Tourism
- Sven Bergsberg, Miami HeraldIndonesia: Staying Calm and Carrying On
- William Mackey, The DiplomatThe Greece of the Caribbean
- Andres Velasco, Project SyndicateIran Is Now a Great Power
- Walter Mead & Harry Cohen, American Interest
Tuesday, January 26Ignoring National Security: Our Useless 'Debate'
- Andrew Bacevich, TDPutin's Autonomy Doublespeak
- Samuel Bendett, RealClearWorldIs Iran a Country or a Cause?
- Doyle McManus, Los Angeles TimesPipeline Politics Return to Prominence
- Max Hess, RegistanEU War Games Over Brexit
- Robert Colvile, CapXStalin Is Back
- Hannah Thoburn, Foreign PolicyWhy Do the Democrats Ignore Foreign Policy?
- Zack Beauchamp, VoxPoland May Not Be so Lucky as Hungary
- Gostynska-Jakubowska, CER
Monday, January 25Egypt's Silent Anniversary
- David Kenner, Foreign PolicyAngela Merkel: The Isolated Chancellor
- Feldenkirchen & Pfister, SpiegelThe Pipeline That Could Rip Canada Apart
- Konrad Yakabuski, Globe&MailAs Oil Boom Ends, Canadian Economy Stalls
- David Scanlan, BloombergAmerica's Long Relationship with Saudi Money
- Mazzetti & Apuzzo, NYTAre Shiites Divided over Saudi Arabia?
- Ali Mamouri, Al-MonitorWhy Marine Le Pen Is Going Off the Grid
- Nicholas Vinocur, Politico EUHow Britain Gave up Learning French
- Ed West, The GuardianWho Is the Fourth American Prisoner Freed by Iran?